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Diamond patterned seat set

The perfect solution for those tired looking seats! A pair of seats suitable for Mk1, Mk2 or Mk2.5 model MX-5s, fully re-trimmed in black faux-leather with contrasting diamond-patterned stitching. These are made to order (approximate delivery time is 2 weeks from ordering) and supplied on an exchange basis (in other words we need your old seats in return). If you don't have any old seats to return, you must select the "No Exchange" option in the drop down menu. A surcharge of £150 is added for No exchange.

Available with a choice of contrasting stitching colours to match the body colour of your car. Also available with the "Roadster" or "MX-5" logo embroidered onto the headrest.

Due to popular demand, we can now supply any seats fitted with electric heater elements. These comprise of dual-element heater pads fitted into the backs and bases of both seats and includes under-seat connection plugs, full wiring harness with 3-position illuminated switches, relays and in-line fuses ready for easy connection into your car's ignition switch. Simply select the option in the drop down menu below.

These seats are an ideal option for owners of other classic cars, looking for a more comfortable and cost-effective seating solution. (e.g.: Triumph TR5/TR6, MGB, VW camper, etc)

Please Note: The delivery price quoted is for UK mainland delivery only and INCLUDES the cost of our couriers collecting your old seats (at a later date - they don't need to be collected at the same time that the new seats are delivered. Simply pack up your old seats into the boxes supplied then contact us to arrange the collection at your convenience). For all other delivery destinations including Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland, Offshore and all exports, please contact us for a competitive delivery quote before ordering.




Stitch pattern colour


Heated seats

Exchange seat?

Price: £708.33 exc. VAT
VAT: £141.67
Total £850.00 inc. VAT

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